Paxton Access AN1003 - How to program a TOUCHLOCK compact

17/11/2005
AN1003 - How to program a TOUCHLOCK compact
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Programming TOUCHLOCK compacts
TOUCHLOCK compact keypads are programmed using a programming menu that is accessed by the
system administrator using a programming code, defined when the keypad is initialised.
Initialising the keypad
When the system is powered up for the first time the keypad will bleep 3 times a second. This
indicates that the keypad is waiting to be initialised. The red and amber LED’s will be on and the
green LED will be flashing.
Press the bell button (The unit will stop bleeping and the green LED flashes faster)
Enter your chosen 6 digit programming code* and press the bell button (The green LED will flash faster still)
Confirm your programming code by entering the same 6 digit code and pressing the bell button (The green
LED goes out and the unit will acknowledge that the programming code has been accepted by bleeping twice after
a short pause. All the LED’s are now on)
*Note that the programming code SHOULD NOT contain the sequence of numbers 1234, as this is the
default user code
The keypad(s) should now work with the user code 1234. The programming code you just entered
will now let you into programming mode, where additional alterations can be made.
Programming the keypad
How do I enter the programming mode? - To change any of the settings on the keypad you must
enter the programming menu. To do this, simply enter the 6 digit programming code. The keypad
will beep twice and the green LED will flash.
How can I enter multiple user codes? - To use multiple user codes “multi user mode” must be entered.
First enter programming mode, hold down “2” for 3 seconds then press “6”. The keypad is now able
to accept multiple user codes. In this mode old codes must be deleted when they are no longer
required.
How can I change a user code? - If the keypad is in single user mode a new code will replace the
old one. In multi user mode a new code can be added or old ones deleted. First enter programming
mode, hold down “8” for 3 seconds. Enter the new user code followed by the bell button, enter the
new code again to confirm again followed by the bell. If the keypad is set in multiple user mode the
final key press defines what type of code the new one will be, “2” to delete the code, “4” to enter the
code as a normal code, “6” for a toggle code and “8” for a duress code.
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How can I change the programming code? - Enter programming mode and hold down “6” for
3 seconds. Enter the new programming code followed by the bell button. Re-enter the new code
to confirm the change followed by the bell button. The new code is now programmed; the old
AN1003 - How to program a TOUCHLOCK compact
programming code will no longer work.
How can I change the door open time? - Enter programming mode and hold down “5” for 3
seconds. Enter the time required door open time, in seconds between 1 and 60. The default value is 7
seconds.
How can I stop the keypad from beeping? - The keypad can be made to work in silence if, for
example, it is located near to were someone is working. Enter the programming code and hold down
“3” for 3 seconds. Press the “6” button and the keypad will no longer beep when keys are pressed.
How can I use the remote button wires? - The remote button wires can be used as either a
standard exit button, where the door opens for the door open time following a button press, or as a
toggle device where the remote button will toggle the door open until it is pressed again or a toggle
code is entered on the keypad.
How can I stop people trying to guess the entry code? - Lockout is a function where the keypad
will lock to prevent someone from continually trying to guess the entry code. After 20 incorrect
keys have been pressed the keypad will lock out for a period of 1 minute. To activate lockout, enter
programming mode and hold down “4” for 3 seconds then press “6”.
How can I make the keypad work with a fail open lock? - As default the keypad only powers the
lock during the door open time. To reverse this operation, first enter programming mode, hold down
“1” for 3 seconds. Press the “6” button. The lock wires will now operate for fail open locks.
What can I do if it all goes wrong? - The keypad can be reset back to factory defaults with the
exception of the programming code. Enter programming mode and hold down “9” for 3 seconds.
Re-enter the programming code and hold down “9” for a further 3 seconds. The keypad will now
be reset. If the master code becomes lost a hardware reset must be performed. To do this turn off
the power to the unit, hold down the ‘3’ button on the keypad and re-administer power to the unit.
When the power is applied, release button ‘3’. 3 beeps will indicate that the unit has successfully data
reset.
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AN1003 - How to program a TOUCHLOCK compact
Hold for 3
secs
1
Enter 6 digit Programming Code
Lock wire setting
2
OR
2
OR
2
OR
2
OR
6
Fail closed
2
Multi/single user codes
3
Silent operation
Fail open
6
Single user code
Multi user code
6
Beep on
4
Lockout after 20 wrong keystrokes
Silent
6
= OFF
5
Door open time (seconds)
6
Change Programming
Code
7
Remote button
= ON
X
Enter time in seconds (default = 07, max = 60)
Enter 6 digit
Programming Code
Re-enter 6 digit
Programming Code
2
User Code
6
OR
Open door for time in option 5
8
X
Enter user code
4-8 digits
Toggle door open until pressed again or
toggle code entered
Re-enter code
OR
OR
9
Enter 6 digit
Programming Code
Data Reset
(except Programming code)
9
OR
2
4
6
8
= Delete
= Normal
= Toggle
= Duress
Hold for 3 secs
Key
= default
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